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more details. >> reporter: that is right sar remarks there are two different incidents involving temple stoons, one was a sexual assaults and when the police officers arrived, she was visibility shaken and had a head injury from being pushed against a wall, this happened just south of campus just outside of the patrol area for temple police, a few hours earlier a temple student was robbed a few blocks away. >> it's surprising that two really bad things happen on one night. >>. >> reporter: shots were fired on thompson at 10:00 p.m. >> it was right outside of my apartment so i heard the gunshots, less than two hours later a few blocks away, police were called out to the 1400 block of carlyle for a rape in progress, the victim a 20-year-old temple student.
>> i have someone, boyfriends and friends walk me around because i walk around here all the time at night. >> the victim was walked with a friend after leaving the library and they parted ways at broad and cecil b. moore and heard footsteps behind her, a man with a small silver handgun struck her arm and told her not to scream, he pushed her up against the wall and sexually assaulted her, several students we talked to asked we not identify them. >> it's scary you would be walking home from class or the library and you don't know if something will happen to you. >> it breaks my heard a young girl has to fear walking to and from class. >> police believe that two separate suspects were involved in the incidents, in the other case a 23-year-old was walking with two young adults when two
men approached them and threw her to the ground and started grabbing her, that is when the suspect fired three strucks from a handgun and the block captain says her block is normally safe and pointed to a security camera nearby. >> this is the first time that anyone has been robbed here, i don't know if the person that did it know they are being watched. >> so far no video is release sd in either incident and the armed robbery happened two blocks from here and the university is aware of it and says they are working with police and they did send out a reminder to studentses this morning reminding them of safe ways to get home. katherine scott, channel 6 "action news." >> thank you. there is rain ahead for our area and it could be the biggest amount we have had in quite sometime. sky 6 hd looking live at philadelphia international airport a warm and muggy
september afternoon out there, meteorologist, david murphy is outside, with word on what to expect. >> reporter: we have been talking about this for the last couple of days, it's nice that things stayed dry for our papal visit, but some is on the way, looking at stormtracker 6 live double scan down around salem, new jersey, in newcastle, delaware, you see some pop-up showers for the day, they are not lasting lon but putting down a good downpour in a hurry. the live view shows a lot of activity and more rain forming in dover and south of baltimore, it's on the way and gradually inching its way in our direction. 82 in new york city and 81 in philadelphia. every now and then a sunny break and it's feeling humid with the dew point of 70, that is border line oppressive.
we could get to 83 for a high and low 80s by 4:00 and 6:00, upper 70s and in the afternoon and evening some spotty showers are building and increasing a bit. 74 by 10:00 and some point later tonight we'll break out into heavier rain, during the afternoon a possibility of heavier cells that come through temporarily, this evening we are on the lookout for heavier stuff and it has some stuff on the other side of wilmington, and it could come in sooner than this. if you are going to the phillies, check ott radar out later on this evening, before you head out. when i step inside we have the latest track and changes in the progression of that tropical storm in the atlantic to our south, that looks to be a factor in our weather this weekend. >> the search is on in newcastle, delaware, for vandals
that caused quite a bit of damage to a jewish cemetery there. the cemetery is small but important to loved ones, david henry is live in minquadale with the details. >> reporter: yes, quite a bit of damage here, at the cemetery, almost 20 head stones turned over and damaged, other sacred artifacts destroyed here and left neighbors shaking their heads in disgust. >> they probably don't have a heart and they have disrespect. >> the damage was discovered by neighbors sunday morning, 18 stones pushed over one of them broken along with smashed pots. the man that tends this synagogue says it looks to be senseless teenage vandalism. >> it had to be a number of them, they are hard to push over, you can't lean on them and
they fall over, they don't go down by themselves and they don't go down easily. >> some of the stones are here for more than 100 years, newcastle police spent time at the scene looking for fingerprints and other evidence, and hopes that someone in the neighborhood has surveillance. young people are often back here hanging out and they may not know who is buried here but they are upset with the level of disrespect on display here. >> i don't know these people. it's a good thing i don't. because i would be crying right now. >> neighbors say it's especially sad to see this happening at the time the pope was here visiting over the weekend and newcastle police hope that someone will help them out and know someone that might be responsible for this. live in minquadale, david henry,
channel 6 "action news." >> thank you. prosecutor says that a former new york firefighter committed a security breach at jfk pair port the day that pope francis flew to philadelphia. he pretended to be part of a vip motorcade even making it on to the tarmac, saying he wanted to give francis his business card. a flight from new york's jfk to shannon, ireland, had to turn back after the aircraft lost its hydraulics systems, they reported having no control over the wing flaps or doors, and the brakes sparked a fire. >> we saw 15 or 20 fire trucks on the runway immediately, ready to drive up and they started
spraying us almost immediately. >> reports reveal that the pilot had practiced that landing situation several times before but never actually had to perform it until last night. no one was hurt. the u.s. launched air strikes on a key northern afghan city after the taliban seized it. the taliban raised their flag in the city of 300,000, the first urban area taken by them since 2001. at least 16 people died and nearly 200 were wounded in the assault. now taliban gunman fanned out across the city, for anyone trying to escape. the city's fall comes as the president marches one year in office. rutgers up vertcame under another cyber attack yesterday, the fifth time in the last year, it affected email and the online course management system.
the university says that no data was compromised after an augusta tack they hired three cyber security firms to protect their networks. and the cost of those why one of the reasons they recently raised tuition. and now they are helping high school seniors figure out their futures. they kicked off their annual college workshop mentoring series today. they will help walk students through the college admissions process and help them make their choice of college. pope bot was revealed to be alive and well, the show sent pope bot on a trek through the delaware valley to prove that philadelphians were kind, they got a bad wrap after hitch bot
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$301 million power ball lottery tomorrow night. the group tinder is trying to get a billboard taken down and it shows the tinder and grinder apps along with common std's they say more people are getting the diseases because the app makes it easier. still ahead on "action news," another check of your forecast as we step live outside, sky 6 hd showing you center city from the temple university campus. a muggy, warm day out there. david murphy has the update from accuweather.
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cost of the base model is not announced. there are several reservations with not many cancellations because of the delays. it has a big storage but they won't know until later tonight if the backseat folds flat. we'll have to wait for that. >> oh wow. >> we are waiting for the rainfall. >> it will fold the grablades o glass flat. stormtracker 6 live double scan showing us mostly dry and in the afternoon we see pop-up showers begin, current temperatures, 81 in philadelphia, your dew point at 70, that indicates very humid air, lets get you a look outside. we have cloud cover with sunny breaks in center city and on future tracker 6 picking up the current showers pretty well, they have strewn across south jersey and wilmington and as we
go through the next several hours, up to 2:00 or 3:00, in fact, we could wind up with heavier downpours developing, we have small downpours tomorrow as well in parts of newcastle, delaware, only a few minuteses to get past, these guys could take a bit longer, and then our heavy rain is set up in our northern and western suburbs, another batch comes farther south and we could have thunderstorms mixed in. if you are coming to the phillies game check out cecily and adam to make sure nothing is popping in that area, we'll see how quickly it moves in and it will be here late tonight and overnight and into early tomorrow morning and could give you poor drainage area flooding, 80 in allentown and 80 in trenton and 82 in philadelphia.
and mid-70s down the shore, the bottom line warm today and also very muggy. the rest of way, 82 by 3:00 and 80 by 5:00, your overnight low is down to 70, it's not done far for this time of year, that is how i'm posting the showers that continue to build into the afternoon and evening hours. tomorrow morning at 5:00 a.m., "action news" on the air for you tomorrow, it looks like stormtracker 6 live double scan, still tracking heavy rain to the north to start out the rush hour, it's still some what damp and in some cases may not be all the way down, i'll go mostly cloudy and damp and not as wet in the afternoon and morning and we can dry things outs for the union game and tropical storm joaquin has formed to the south of us, it's floating around and the path it's taking is a me an
andering one. by 8:00 friday morning it's well to our south, it looks like in the latest track the most likely scenario will take it off our coastline on saturday and sunday and that means minimal impact but this morning there was another solution that had it coming directly to philadelphia, if that happens saturday and sun would be wetter around here and windy as well. most of our spaghetti plot models have it off the coast and it's a long way off, so we'll keep tracking that. today humid and showers around and 82 degrees and then the heavy rain comes in later and spilling into wednesday morning, 76 and damp on wednesday and 60 on friday and cool and damp and it looks like that tropical storm will be south of us on friday. and saturday watching the coast
and if that track brings the storm coast, saturday will be a day of rain and wind and maybe lots of both and sun lingering rain perhaps as well. if the storm stays off the coast maybe less of an impact and cloudy and damp for the weekend. still watching the track of that storm and it will be a while before it makes the cut to the north. >> i'll thinking of indoor weekend plans already. >> maybe. there was a drama in the ballroom on "dancing with the star stars", kim was eliminated after a mini stroke kept her from flying back to los angeles, but the rules are the rules and she is out of the competition. topping the people scene at 12:30, the "agents of s.h.i.e.l.d." returns to prime time tonight here on 6 abc, and alicia vitarelli spoke to some of the stars of the show. >> >> reporter: pretty cool
it looks like you are watching a marvel film every tuesday night and it's a third season here on 6 abc, and i had a chance to chat with chad gray, and chloe bennett who plays daisy johnson, tonight they battle an army of inhumans, and the show had rousing success because fans of marvel come from all different generations spanning from their parents all wait down to their children and this season it's all about girl power. >> you are dead right, i grew up reading these comic and to have my daughter pulling me in because of the young women
playing warriors, when you see this young woman made into a super hero called quake, what? mines will be blown. >> they are really funny too, they are doing a dub smash competition now helping to raise money for st. jude's childrens hospital and the winner has a chance to win lunch with them. it's like an inter galactic "agents of s.h.i.e.l.d." competition. >> cute interview there thanks alicia. also in prime time, a new episode of the muppets is at 8:00, quantico is at 10:00 and "action news" at 11:00 follows all of it.
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one last check of the accuweather forecast, it's a muggy day. >> it's muggy everywhere across the region, as we look at stormtracker 6 live double scan mainly dry and a couple of showers popping up north and west of harrisburg leaving the region. 81 is your high in reading and 80 in downingtown. 82 in philadelphia and maybe even pop above that. down the shore 76 degrees and showers building in and heavy rain arriving tonight. a tortoise may not look like an escape artist, but don't underestimate turbo, a 150 pound african tortoise, he broke through his fence looking for adventure and the owner thought he was stolen but a neighbor down the street found him munching in the backyard. he is staying inside until the
owner ez get a stronger garage door. >> we continue to get more information on a suspect allegedly bringing a gun to chester high school and we'll have the latest developments in live reports starting on "action news" at 4:00. >> that will do it for "action news" at 4:00, don't forget to join us for "action news" at 4:00, 5:00 and 6:00. i'm sara bloomquist have a great afternoon.
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